Yersin Yer·sin (yěr-sāɴ’), Alexandre Émile John. 1863-1943.
Swiss-born French bacteriologist. His work with the diphtheria bacillus led to the development of antitoxins to neutralize pathogenic toxins.
The bacillus pestis was discovered by Kitasato and yersin, working independently, in 1894.
Experiments on Animals Stephen Paget
It is caused by a specific bacillus isolated by Kitasato and yersin in 1894.
Essays In Pastoral Medicine Austin Malley
But Dr. yersin’s explanation of the Ceraunic pictures does not seem to me to be justified.
Thunder and Lightning Camille Flammarion
French bacteriologist who, working with Émile Roux, isolated the toxin that causes the symptoms of diphtheria. Yersin later discovered the bacillus that causes bubonic plague and developed a serum to protect against it.
former name of . Historical Examples In modern times, the most noted were the pigeons of Aleppo, which served as couriers at Alexandretta and Bagdad. The Book of Curiosities I. Platts The Alexandria here alluded to is of course Alexandretta, or Iskenderoon. Early Travels in Palestine Arculf et al. The time from Constantinople to Alexandretta […]
Arabic Al-Iskandarîyah. a seaport in N Egypt, in the Nile delta: founded in 332 b.c. by Alexander the Great; ancient center of learning. a city in NE Virginia, S of the District of Columbia. a city in central Louisiana, on the Red River. Contemporary Examples Heading back to Alexandria to spend more time with his […]
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of , especially , Egypt. of or relating to the schools of philosophy, literature, and science in ancient . . a native or inhabitant of , especially , Egypt. Contemporary Examples Goddio told me that last week the visibility in the Alexandrian harbor was about 27 inches. Cleopatra’s Comeback Stacy Schiff June 2, 2010 Historical […]